LG launches series of new TVs in India ahead of festive season


New Delhi, Sep 22 | LG Electronics on Tuesday launched 8 new LG OLED models led by two new series – an art-inspired GX Gallery series available in 77 and 65-inch class and the Real 8K 88- inch ZX series at a starting price of Rs 14,990 to Rs 29,99,990 in India.

OLED with Self-Lit Pixel Cinema in 8K and 4K Resolution will be available in Size 55-inch, 65-inch, 77-inch, 88-inch total 4 series and 8 models.

“With a strong manufacturing base in India and huge R&D team, the 2020 TV portfolio is designed keeping consumers at the core of innovation. We are confident our new television line-up will help immerse the viewing experience like never before. We have been manufacturing TVs in India & proud to present a new TV series which is also Made in India,” Hak Hyun Kim- Director – Home Entertainment – LG Electronics India said, in a statement.

NanoCell with pure colour will be available in size 49-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch, 86 in total 4 Series and 12 models.

UHD with ThinQ AIA (built-in Google assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple air play/Home Kit + LG Routine) will be available in Size 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, 70-inch, 75-inch, total 5 series and 20 models.

Smart TV which works with Alexa will be available in size 32-inch, 43-inch, total 4 series and 11 models.

Meanwhile, LED TV’s will be available in size 32-inch, 43-inch, total 2 series 3 models.

In terms of specifications, LG OLED TVs features Bluetooth Surround Ready feature allows the viewers to connect two Bluetooth speakers to their TVs creating a dynamic soundscape.

The TVs comes with AI ThinQ with Built-In Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa that works with a simple voice command without any additional device.

In addition, LG also offers Apple Airplay and Apple Homekit to stream and mirror content from your iPhone, iPad or Mac onto your TV. Or use the Home app or Siri on your Apple devices to easily and securely control your ThinQ AI TV.

Source: IANS

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Global Strategist and Philanthropist Drummi Bhatt returns to her homeland to bring about a vernacular infotainment content revolution

Global Strategist and Philanthropist Drummi Bhatt returns to her homeland to bring about a vernacular infotainment content revolution

Drummi Bhatt has successfully donned many hats including that of a global strategy professional, mentor, and investor to early-stage startups encouraging women entrepreneurship, and a philanthropist.

Drummi currently leads Market Intelligence and Strategy team at Mitsubishi Power, USA building corporate-level strategies for global markets. Drummi is also the founder of KarmaKonnect, a Woman and Rural Empowerment Non-Profit Organisation which works for projects in remote rural, tribal, and conflict areas.

Her philanthropy work has taken her to various corners of India, including, far end corners of Leh, Ladakh, Telangana, and remote areas of Chambal. During these visits, she got mesmerized by culturally rich, vernacular, and diverse, the true “Bharat”.

During her interaction across the country, she got enchanted by the whirlwind of talent residing across Bharat, which is not restricted to a language, city, or just tier-1 cities but is found in abundance all across tier-2, tier-3 cities, and rural-tribal clusters.

With OTT platforms ruling the world in 2020, Drummi decided to bring her strategic insights and data analytics strength to this field by joining hands with seasoned entrepreneurs, Rahul Narvekar and Narendra Firodia, to launch its kind, vernacular OTT platform, Letsflix.

In 2019, Drummi, Rahul, and Narendra have successfully launched India’s first vernacular infotainment app, LetsUp, which now caters to 1.5 million users and in 7 vernacular languages, a feat achieved by none. The trio has now been passionately working towards creating and delivering vernacular content for every viewer in India with Letsflix.


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